FORT ATKINSON, Wis. — The next DairyLivestream broadcast will take place on Wednesday, April 27 at 11:00 a.m. (Central time). Each hour-long session includes nationally known and carefully selected presenters who discuss the most timely and relevant challenges faced in today’s dairy industry.
The upcoming topic will be discussed by guests Mike Brown, director of the dairy supply chain for The Kroger Company, one of the nation’s largest food retailers; Ted Galloway, The Galloway Company, innovative leader in milk processing for specialty dairy beverages; and Ted Jacoby III, of T.C. Jacoby & Co, the first company to open a dairy trading office in Mexico. Completing the discussion group is Cornell ag economist and a founding DairyLivestream contributor, Andy Novakovic. Together, they will share their insights in the webcast “Will dairy demand hold throughout 2022?”
Hoard’s Dairyman launched DairyLivestream in the spring of 2020. Attendees are encouraged to participate by submitting questions before, during, and after the program.
There is never a cost to register or view DairyLivestream. To sign up, go to our registration page and complete the brief questionnaire. Once registered, an email reminder will be sent with future webcast dates and times, and there is no need to register for future broadcasts. If you are unable to attend a live presentation, they are recorded and can be accessed on the Hoard’s Dairyman website under the webcasts’ link. Podcasts are also available for downloading. To learn more about the DairyLivestream, visit www.hoards.com/DLS.
Established in 1885, Hoard’s Dairyman informs and educates dairy farmers and those who work with them. Every issue of the magazine places emphasis on feeding, breeding, and animal health, as well as general farm management. Attention is also given to farm equipment, crops, facilities, milk quality, and governmental activity. Contributing authors include researchers and extension specialists from agricultural colleges, veterinarians, dairy producers, and other authorities related to dairying.